What will you learn next?
Facet Release and Functional Muscle Testing
This exciting and popular series returns for a sixth year, introducing delegates to two hands-on skill-based techniques, Facet Release and Functional Muscle Testing and MET. The course has been designed to deliver “out of the box” approaches that you can instantly use with clients and patients the following week.
Have you ever wanted to find an alternative approach to neck pain management, or wanted to know how to instantly relieve migraines and headaches? Then the Facet Release day may be what you’re looking for. Taking a top to toe (more C1-S5) approach you’ll understand the biomechanics of how our spines move (or sometimes don’t) during activity and how you can use this movement to assist your adjustments. The facet release technique complements your existing adjusting skills and can be applied in both acute and chronic pain management settings.
If it’s a muscle focussed approach you are looking for then the Functional Muscle Testing and MET day will be perfect for your clients and patients. The day is separated into bite-sized body regions where you’ll digest how to functionally test each muscle, understand how to target your adjustments and also how to use movement to assist the functional rehabilitation of each muscle. The Functional Muscle Testing and MET day is also perfect if you want to protect your own body and you’re looking for an alternative technique to soft tissue work.
> Functional facet release
> Full spine management protocol
> Acute and chronic pain management techniques
> Functional muscle testing
> Muscle energy technique (MET)
Neurological Examination and Function Masterclass
Neurology continues to underpin the research, evidence and principles of the Chiropractic profession. It is an ever evolving area of science which is often covered in a confusing approach, making an already complex subject even more challenging to understand. This seminar aims to change all that by combining fun, exciting and interactive learning techniques with usable practical skills. Breaking down topics into neurobite-sized pieces which can be easily used in the clinical setting.
This seminar introduces delegates to the concepts of functional neurology, using evidence based techniques to assess and manage patients as a modern physical therapist. This exciting series of lectures will provide delegates with key skills in neurological testing, approaches to managing peripheral nerve conditions and will even give a methodical graded approach to applying therapeutic techniques.
- Introduction to functional neurology
- Understanding eye movements
- Frontal lobe and cerebellar dysfunction
- Neurological testing
- Targeted CNS stimulation approaches
- Peripheral nerve assessment
- Neurodynamic techniques (nerve flossing)
- Graded neurological therapy
- Where and when to adjust